“Don’t be shaking your head,” the judge scolded the Limerick pensioner.
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The grandmother had admitted in court through her solicitor to bringing €1,750 worth of heroin to the Midlands Prison in Co. Mary comes from a very well-known family in Limerick and she is not the first member of the family to come before the courts.He tried to deny the killing despite leaving a palm print on blood splashes on a wall as he steadied himself while kicking his victim to death.During the trial into the shocking killing, evidence was heard in which Casey was described by a senior Garda as being “the most violent man in Limerick”.Her defence lawyer said that the botched smuggling attempt was “not something she volunteered for”.However, the trial judge said: “I don’t accept that.” He said it had been “a decision on her part” to smuggle the heroin and she was now using her illness to avoid going to prison herself.Casey was caught after a DNA match had been made and later convicted of the attack, which he carried out while on temporary release from prison Eddie’s son Stephen O’Sullivan is serving his 15-year-sentence in the same prison where Mary Casey was caught with the drugs last year.